Old Mole Variety Hour February 6th 2017

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Mon, 02/06/2017 - 9:00am to 10:00am
Clean energy, Critical Education, lessons from Standing Rock and African Film Festival


​Denise Morris Hosts this episode of the Old Mole which includes

  • Host Denise Morris and with a preview of the 27th annual African Film Festival. She talks with committee member PC Peri. PC Peri is also a member of Flying Focus Video Collective. The Festival opened this past Friday Feb 3rd and runs thru March 4th at Portland Community College free and open to the public. https://www.africanfilmfestival.org
  • Matt Reed, member of the Critical Educators Collective and active in the Oregon Education Association joins host Denise Morris to talk about the CEC and the upcoming Social Justice Educators teach-in “Teaching in a Time of Trump", Saturday Feb 11th at Madison High School. Matt Reed is a high school social studies teacher in the Portland-metro area. http://www.criticaleducatorscollective.com
  • Desiree Hellegers presents Voices from the Feb. 2 panel on "Standing Rock: Lessons Learned," sponsored by the NW Neighborhood Chapter of 350pdx, featuring Jacqueline Keeler, Dineh Yankton Dakota journalist and activist, Roben White, Cheyenne Lakota artist and activist, Maya Jarrod, organizer with 350pdx, and activist Mike Horner. Facilitated by Deborah Lev.
  • Bill Resnick discusses energy and how we can outmaneuver Trump to build operating models for clean sun and wind energy, electrified mass transit, agro-ecological farming, conservation of energy and much more.

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